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Introduction   ::   Your History   ::   Debt   ::   Expectations   ::   Budget   ::   Credit   ::   Money   ::   Resources

Helpful Resources

  1. Consumer Credit Counseling Service (www.cccsatl.org)
  2. Myvesta: A Nonprofit Consumer Education Organization (www.myvesta.org )
  3. National Endowment for Financial Education (www.nefe.org)
  4. Newlywed Finances (www.NewlywedFinances.com)
  5. Burkett, L. (2001). Debt-free living: How to get out of debt and stay out. Chicago, IL: Moody Press.
  6. Kobliner, B. (2000). Get a financial life: Personal finances in your twenties and thirties . New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.
  7. Longo, T. (1997). 10 minute guide to household budgeting. New York, NY: Macmillan Spectrum/Alpha.
  8. Shimer, J.C. (1992). Secrets to financial success in marriage. Successful Financial Planners Publishing.
  9. Welch, S.H. (1996). 10 minute guide to personal finance for newlyweds. New York, NY: Macmillan Spectrum/Alpha

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